Detroit-based AutoHarvest Foundation and Guangzhou’s WTOIP have forged a partnership designed to accelerate the exchange and adoption of technology by IP owners on both sides of the Pacific. “I hope that bringing the invention engine of the United States stoked by thousands of small companies to the attention of capable Chinese partners, especially SME groups, will generate impact,” Jayson Pankin, CEO, president and co-founder of AutoHarvest told IAM.

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